• Issue Archive for
  • Jan 16-23, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 3

Columns

  • Beggars and choosers

    Banning panhandling is easier than allocating sufficient social services funds and developing compassionate public policy to help and treat people who seek handouts on the street.
  • Talking blueberries
  • Talking blueberries

    Though I've planted dozens of apple, peach, pear and cherry trees over the years, it's the blueberries that took—and took over.

News

  • Wake middle school segregates assemblies

    Following a Dec. 4 clash between two seventh-graders, one Hispanic and one African-American, at Dillard Drive Middle School in Raleigh, Principal Teresa Abron called all the Hispanic and African-American seventh-graders to separate assemblies.
  • Three corridors STAC up

    They have a vision: transit throughout the Triangle by 2035, starting with an ambitious "2020 Plan" for commuter rail and enhanced bus service.
  • André-Guy Soh
  • André-Guy Soh

    Durhamite heads to Sudan, grieving slain diplomat friend

Music

Arts

Food

Film

  • <i>Savages</i> scores
  • Savages scores

    In a sense, the film is less about boomers dealing with an aged parent than it is about the lifelong relationship of two siblings who are more alike than they would care to admit.
  • <i>Blade Runner</i> returns&mdash;again
  • Blade Runner returns—again

    Even if you're not one of the sub-Talmudic scholars who parse every draft of Blade Runner, it's well worth seeing the gorgeous 35 mm print secured by the Carolina Theatre with great effort.

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